Each year, the lives of thousands of children in Delhi and NCR belonging to the economically weaker and backwards sections of society are improved in numerous ways by the members of Rotary Club of Delhi Garden City such as - Polio eradication; Fighting childhood cancer; providing Hepatitis B vaccination to 25,000 children in marginalized communities; clubbed foot surgeries to 60 children so far; sight revival surgeries for 44 children with congenital cataract and several health camps for child health and wellbeing that have targetted over 5000 children in slum dwellings.
We have also built toilets and hand-wash stations to help over 27,000 children; built computer laboratories in about 5 schools; built 3 libraries and 10 e-classrooms. We have also adopted an orphanage that helps support 125 children by providing emotional and psychosocial motivation to help give them a direction towards life in mainstream society.
Since 1989, the Rotary Club of Delhi Garden City has committed itself to help make a change for better development in an underprivileged child’s life, especially the girl child.
We provide supportive services for children of slum dwellers at Sriniwaspuri through their Balwadi project. Apart from a mid-day meal, we are able to provide fun and play on special events such as Christmas and Diwali to help bring smiles to the lives of the little tiny tots we support till they go off to mainstream schooling.
We fundraised for helping to put up a multi-sensory laboratory for children with autistic spectrum disorder at Tamana School for Hope. The facilities of this laboratory have helped these special children to increase concentration, focus attention, improve alertness, mobilization, creativity, social relations and communications, and their general awareness of the surrounding world.
We would like to share the experiences that children have felt when provided with a clean toiletting facility or a handwashing station
We want to do more good for child development such as the capacity building of teachers, providing more resources for more children for which we do require funds for more children to benefit from.
Voluntary work on a Sunday to be part of a campaign that educates the children of the community against stopping spitting to prevent spreading Tuberculosis.
We appreciate every penny towards our initiatives as we recognize that a child's health and well-being is the foundation of a brighter tomorrow and future generations to come